Dec 13, 2016 06:31 PM EST

Japanese Mogul Pledges $50 Billion Investment in the U.S

A japanese mogul and SoftBank founder, Masayoshi Son has known from taking on the United States biggest telephone companies for creating a $100 billion fund for technology deals, had a meeting with President-elect Donald Trump. Another huge pledge made by Mr. Son, were invested in the United States. For about $50 billion investment, it would create 50,000 jobs, he said.

The said investment pledge is not an entirely new initiative that Softbank projecting, It will be on behalf of "Vision Fund", a $100 billion goal for investing in technology companies worldwide.

Saudi Arabia includes at "the fund", and was Mr. Trump's target as a key partner during his presidential campaign.

According to Mr.Son, reported last tuesday, "the new jobs would come from investing in American start-ups. President-elect Donald Trump later stated on twitter, "Masa said he would never do this had we (Trump) not won the election!"

On tuesday, Mr. Son's visit to Trump Tower in Manhattan - was the latest outreach the global business leaders and noticed affable corporate interests to succeeding president. On Friday, Stephen A. Schwarzman, the chief executive of the private equity behemoth the Blackstone Group, manage the Trump development team, as they announced the formation of a business advisory group. Mr. Schwarzman would consult the Trump White House monthly.

Mr. Son is perhaps the most prominent tech executive the president-elect met. And the advisory group seems shy of him.

Softbank rooted in the United States. And It is the wireless operator Sprint, majority owner, which unsuccessfully accompanied a takeover bid for T-mobile. As Obama administration on antitrust blocked it. During their meeting on tuesday, Mr. Son was unexpected discuss specific issues, including the planning of renewing a Sprint bid for T-Mobile.

"We aren't able to say more" a Softbank spokesman in Tokyo, Matthew Nicholson said.

Mr. Son told reporters "I just came to celebrate his new job" I said: 'This is great. The U.S will become great again.'"

Mr. Son was one who has built Japan's biggest personal fortunes through sometimes impetuous in making deal. SoftBank became one of the biggest phone service companies in Japan which had wise negotiations that gave the company early exclusive rights in Iphone. Since that, it had become a global empire in bet of Alibaba Group in China, Sprint and in an assortment start-ups in abroad and United States.

A British chip designer whose products sit at the heart of devices like the Iphone, ARM Holdings, take over a $32 billion investment by Mr. Son, this year.

But sometimes Mr. Son, is known for impolitic remarks. As Mr. Son wanted to compete with his investment in Sprint, against AT&T and Verizon. He compared the quality of American wireless service to the air quality of Beijing.

Mr. Son fastened what appeared to be a presentation from the meeting. One section featured the logos of both SoftBank and FoxConn - a Taiwanese manufacturing giant assemble Apple's Iphone. On its page of presentation, was the text committing to investing $50 billion in the U.S, and 50,000 jobs for the next four years will be generated. And below, was Mr. Son's signature showing.

According to Foxconn, it was in preliminary discussions about a potential American expansion, adding that the scale is not been decided yet.

Foxconn has been cultivating funds into automation and prior said that it would invest in building robots plant in Pennsylvania, indicating that new America jobs would likely to happen to have higher end, and be numbered. The company's investment isn't likely to mean a jobs will major flow of jobs back to America.

About one million workers in China employed by Foxconn. But many of those jobs are low skilled, and as overall wages have risen in China, their pay levels have become less appealing to workers there. It can be a challenge maintaining enough staffing to meet production needs.

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